Dump your fish in the dry pond, and hope it will rain.
Why the heck would I ever do that? I don't want to watch my angel fish, 12 dollars and very dear to me, wither away and die. Or my goldfish, six dollars, named Joachim after an old friend, asphyxiate on a lack of water.
Similarly, why would I ever throw my hard-earned money at a struggling stock more »
Taking a simple route to re-evaluating J.C. Penny's basc stats.
JCP (NYSE: JCP), as new CEO Ron Johnson recently nicknamed J.C. Penney, has been around for about hundred years (almost exactly 100 years, in fact, in but a month). And it hasn't exactly been the leader in style for this past century.
Some bloggers relate it to Walmart (not in a financial sense, mind you), others simply call it that low-end department store, and most of us know more »
By W.V. Bards - December 10, 2012
I began investing when I was seventeen years old. Not because I was a geek about the stock market, or even because I had the remotest idea what the stock market was, but because my dad suggested I invest my tiny (and I mean tiny) inheritance into a retirement fund for my senior project.
My friends got to make cook books and color in pictures or stitch together beautiful prom more »